Ngari, also known as Ali in Chinese and Western Tibet in English. Located at the altitude of 4500M, around 1550km from Lhasa. They are two ways to get to Ngari.
Ngari Western Tibet is famous for Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar.Read More
Tsetang is the 4th largest city in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Tsetang is located around 190km from Lhasa towards East South. Tsetang Region is one of the most important regions in Tibet since Tsetang is the source of many of the first things happened in Tibet.Read More
Shigatse is the second largest city in the Tibet Autonomous Region after Lhasa. Altitude of Shigatse is around 300M higher than Lhasa, 3900M, Shigatse is one of the richest Tourism city in Tibet with many important Tourist highlights are located in the Shigatse Region. Below Tibet Travelers will share a brief information about few of the important sightseeing located in the Shigatse Region.Read More
Lhasa is the central city in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Lhasa is the favorite city for every Tibetans since Lhasa is the home of Buddhism. Lhasa is also one of the most comfortable city in Tibet with the perfect weather not too cold and not too warm. Lhasa is one of the most beautiful cities in Tibet, the reason behind is many important sightseeings are located in Lhasa, below we will share a brief detail about few of the important sightseeing inside Lhasa.Read More
Gyantse is located around 280km from Lhasa towards the south and around 90km from Shigatse towards the south-east.
Gyantse is known as one of the most beautiful Tibetan towns in Shigatse region. Many important monasteries are located in the Gyantse region. They are many legend stories in Gyantse. One of the most beautiful Tibetan woman Nangsa Wobum is also from Gyantse. The best Barley Flour in Tibet is also from the Gyantse region so Gyantse is playing a big role in the beauty of Tibet. Nowadays Gyantse is one of the favorite towns for many Travelers.Read More
Every year more than 1000 Travelers are traveling to Mount Kailash. Some Travelers are coming for blessing and some Travelers are for Adventure. Mount Kailash is the most desired destination in Tibet.
Mount Kailash is also known as one of the holiest mountains in our world.Read More
In Tibet, different regions have different nature. Nyingchi is also known as Kongpo in the Tibetan Language. Nyingchi is located in the Eastern Tibet around 450Km from Lhasa.
Nyingchi is rich in Nature and Nyingchi is the home of many beautiful Tibetans.
Few important highlights to see in Nyingchi Region.Read More
Located on the roof of the world, Tibet is one important destination for every Traveler since almost every Traveler love Nature.
Nature is providing us everything, starting from the fresh air to the cool water. Human and Nature has been best friends since the civilization.
Nature is one of the best blessings, even just being near Nature without putting any effort we become peaceful naturally.
Photo: Nyingtri Green Region in TibetRead More
The place where there is stunning nature with shining white snow mountains. Fresh cool air. Rivers, and lakes with pure clean water. Grassland, and flowers with medicine. Blue sky, and warm sun. In the evening bright moon and sky full of stars, that is the place known as Tibet. Which is located on the roof of our world, with the average altitude around 4000MRead More
One of the most beautiful things to buy in Tibet is Made in Tibet brands which are not too expensive but special. Made in Tibet (T-shirt) from Monlam(dream) Tibetan brand is one of our favorite gift to our travelers. In this photo, our travelers are wearing the Monlam brand Tibetan T-shirt at the farewell dinner with Manager Tenzin Dhondup. Thank you once again for choosing Tibet Travelers.Read More
1. Many highest mountains in the world are living in Tibet.Tibet is the roof of the world.
2. Mountains, grasslands,lakes and rivers,green forest and Chang Tang.Tibet is the home of natures.
3. Mt.Kailash and Lake Manasarowa, holiest mountain for both Hindu and Buddhist are located in Tibet.Read More
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